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A message from Werris Creek imparts the regrettable information that two of Mr. Jack Williams' children were the victims of a sulky [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

jijgJlesideptB* Misfortune. 1 ? ill £ mpssftgp frpm \VarrJs Crpplf i)» pm-td the regrettable tnf'onuiition that two of. Mr. Jack Williams' children were theyictims of a sulky accident. Both children had the misfortune to suetain a broken leg. Friends with sympathise will Jack ttud his good wife in their adversity.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To-night at the Stadium Joe Grim, of Cessnock, and Clarrie Green, of Teralba, will box the best of 20 rounds. There will also be two good [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

U-LJJJ^L ?- »fc L..H... Tcnight at the Stadium Joe Grim, of Cessnock, and Clwrle Green, of . Teralba, will box tho best of 20 rounds. There wHI also be two good preliminaries, Irvine and Anderson, ' and Jim Bailey and Beckenberg. : AM. Bromwicli, who was to Imve been Artie Powell's opponent at the Cessnock Stadium; met with an in jury early in the week, and Mr. Fred '''''' Cardck wired for Jaok Frost to take iiis place. Frost, who was. runner-up in the final of the welter division of the recent £1,500 tournament, is a clever and forceful boxer, and being in first-class condition, should pro vide a good contest on Saturday night. ' ?

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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The president of the Cessnock Shire Council has given instructions to the inspector (Mr Wm. Springbett) to make a house to house inspection [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

Strict Inspection. Tlie president of the Cessnock Shire Council hag given instructions to the inspector (Mr -Win. Springbett) to make a house to house inspection of yards in the priucipal portions of the shire. Special attention has been directed to several yards in Cessnock, and in view of the out break of diseases— including small pox — the examination will probably be of the strictest clistractcr.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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At the Cessnock Shire Council meeting last Holiday a letter was read from the Demondrille Shire Council asking the council to use their [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

:rSl No Useless. ,-?) ?' At the- Cessnock Shire Council meeting last Monday a letter was read from the Demondrillo Shire Council asking the council to use their per suasion to induce useless young men to volunteer. The local councillors turned the request down, probably being of. the opinion we had no useless young men. .

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

Just a Note from the Bush. READ CAREFULLY! Daisy Flat Farm, Guyra. Mr. J. E. Howlana— Dear Sir. — ^In answer to your memo of thr 25th Nov., requesting, me to give you results of treatment of your Bottles of Pills (Herhos), I wish I had taken them five years ago, as I would have. escaped a lot of suffer ng. Since taking them. I can do all my farm work on fppt 'with comfort, where I had to.uga a saddle-boree and work in pain before, I should like all sufferers from Rheumatism, like myself; to know the benefit of your Herbos Pills, which came into my house as a blessing. You, Sir, can use this note as you like, as I think every sufferer like myself should know tho benefit of your Pills. I shall never be without them myself. I am Sir, Yours most gratefully, 17-1-15. W. J. BENNETT. Remember: 'Herbos Pills will cure any case of active Rheumatism Sold everywhere at 1/ per bottle.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Local Union Sales. ..___.-# [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

Local Union Sales. - ? .. ,. ? _-#' ? Snape Bros, report— HoW sup plies forward at our sale on Iteday last, but with a good aUendancUQf buyers present operating freely, salfeo passed off briskly and good prices ruled : eggs, 1/8 to 1/9 doz. ; peaches, good to 9d doz., others 2d to 6d ; quinces, 3d to 6d doz. ; apples, good Cd to 8d, small 3d to 4d, cooking 3d to 6d doz. ; pears id to 6d ; figs, Id to 3d doz. ; oranges, 4d to Gd doz. ; mandarins, 2d to 4d doz. ; grapes, table 2d to 2£d, muscats 3d to 3^d lb. ; melons, 2/- to 3/- doz.; toma . toes, prime large to 1/-, medium Gd, small 2d to 3d doz. ; persimmons, Gd doz. ;. lemons, lisbons Gd to 8d, com mon 3d to 4d doz. ; peas, 1/9 to 2 '- peck; beans. 2/- peck; pumpkins, ? — 2/- to- 3/- doz. ; grammas, 1.6 to 2,6 doz,; potatoes, 2/- to 2/3 qtr. ; mar rows, 1/6 .to 2/- doz. ; cabbages, . medium to 4/-, small 2/- to 2/G ; J poultry, good roosterf to 3,0, liens, i 2/6 to 3/-, ducks 2/- to 4/- pair. j ; STOCK AND PIG SALES. Snape Bros, r...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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That the smallpox scare is right here. That vaccination is going to be rushed. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

An Unsightly Building. At the council meeting last Mon* day, a letter from Mr. F. J. HawkeB drawing attention to the class of building being erected next door tq him. In tbe discussion which fol lowed the reading of the communica tion, Mr Springbett said plans of the building had not been lodged and he took it it was Jt temporary structure. Cr. Morgan wanted to Jcnow bow long .it was goiDg : to ie ihere ; tem porary may mean ten years. At tins juncture ho pointed out that through the delay of someone whereas they were working under the provisions of 70a, they had only ac quired the powers of clause 40. Ib was decided to acquire the in creased powers as soon as possible, and that Mr. Hawkos be informed that the council are paying attention to the subject of his letter.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The annual meeting of the congregation of the above church was held on Monday evening, the 22nd February. The minister, the Rev. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

[?] The annual meeting of the con gregation, ol the above church was held on Monday evening, the 22nd February. The minister, the Bov. S. Brown, presided. After dveotioual exercises, the reports of the various departments of Church life were read, and shewed the different organisa tions to be in good order. .Mr. J. Simpson, Sessions Clerk, read the report of the Kirk session. During the year, the membership in pressed by thirteen. Five by pro fession of faith, and eight by certifi cate. . Religious instruction had been given every week in the Cessnock - and Abermain State Schools, and to the schools in the outlying centres ? when possible by the minister or his assistant. . . ' The average number of. children receiving weekly instruction was-235. The secretary of the Central School, Mr.W. Brown, read the report of the town school, which was very satis factory. . The minister read the report of the Aberdare and Abermain School, li^which- also showed a healthy' con- Tbjggport of tho C...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A splendid dance was held at Mr. Ben Jackson's on Saturday night, und everyone who could shake a leg enjoyed themselves thoroughly. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

People Say : , That the smallpox scare, is right here. That vaccination .is going to be' rushed. That the roads are cutting Up badly. That a good fall of rain is very badly needed. That AHandale and Neath roads are simply dust heaps in places. That the Hospital road is being gravelled/thanks to Cr. Snape. That the whereabouts o! a certain young man of Cessnook are being sought. That the local busy bodies are at wqik finding out 'who hasn't got smallpox. That the atmosphere has been dust laden the best part of the week. That there is an old eaying : There's corn in Egypt. It's quite,, easy to believe this now that there are so many cornstalks there. - That there must be tsome hurry oyer the street lighting as the men T3!liat quite a number of , bumpers of b{uey':.haVe been notice^u Cess* nock during the week. That many of them were hew upon the road. A sign of the times surely. That canvassing against the street watering rates is going oh. That a visitor wanted' to know this week who...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

Public Notice. WE, llie undersigned, meml-e»i-rihe Cess nock Milk Vendors' Assvcialioiv wish to in timate to the Public or CessnocU thai llie standard selling price of juilk by. llie Associ ation is as follows : All Quarts 5d ; all I'inls 2J1I ; nil liaiC pints ijjil. Gallon Lots and Over, one delivery, at llie rate of 4d pcr'qi|iitV ?;?',. Signud, A. W.Vile J. Lord . O'Connor Bros. B. Vile A. Slade . A. Slade E. Skinner — Threadgate J. Lord, Chairman W, Vile, Secy. A. Slade, Trcas. ' GRAND Patriotic Concert, In aid of tlie Cessnock and District Patriotic Fund. A tt water's Hall, Tuesday, March 23rd, 1 ?'? at 8 p.m, . Promoted by Gertie and Eileen Ferry assisted by the following : CarlGotsch cellist, Dorothy Graham,; J. L. CollinB comic, Ruby Hudson, ;. Cfyril Hudson accompanist.' ,; '? 6d extra for booking. -Uox plan at Poulton's. Cessnock School of Arts. A Special General Meeting of members of the above will be held in the Lecture Room on Wednesday Evening, March 17, at S o'clock,...

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The Cessnock races are down for decision to-morrow, and a big attendance may be looked forward to. Mr. Quinton has adjusted the weights [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

EUalong. * A splendid dance was held at Mr. Ben Jackson's on Saturday night, and everyone who could shake a bg enjoyed themselves thoroughly. Dick was in splendid fettle at the dance, and obliged the company with several songs. . The audience was surprised at the quality of his voice, and Dick must have been himself for be took a lot of stopping. Tom, from Cessnock, appeared to want to deliver an address. It was a bit unkind that so little notice was taken of him. Tom's a bit of an orator. It is stated that Skinny Jack and Long.coat Willie intend starting a goat farm on the common. There is. some talk of taking Mr. A. Comino into the partnership. It is confidently stated that a their hair cut during the present month, -^bs season has been too' busy so far* to indulge in such trivial things, but since a hair specialist Las made an offer for the crops, business will be combined with necessity. Shiney, who meets Toby in the Stadium shortly, has been putting in much sparring work. He in...

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Motor Car Burned. l — ??» ??- •> [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

Motor Car Burned. ^ Mr. E. J. Anstey had u sensational I experience last Monday. Wliilo driving in his motor car, near Sawyer's - Gully, the car suddenly took fire. Mr. Anstey hurriedly slowed down and made his p^it! ?fh^ car burned* like so much jnatph ivopfl. We understand the car -yas insurpd for £250, but the car was a gopd pnp and cost much in excess of t)ii§ ?mount, p ? - Mr. W. A. Butledge lias lodged an application with the Crown Land Agent, East Maitland, for a special lease of 3O0 acroR in the Parish of OoRRiinoli. ? . ?-?:'-. ?h.'-.v-: ? '-. .?.?.i;-s:^'./- ????'?,?. ^''s-

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Cessnock Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

Cessnock Races. The Cessnock races are down for decision to-morrow, and a big atten dance may be looked forward to. Mr. Quinfcon has adjusted the weights in his most puzzling manner, and although, the list of entries is not on tbe big side, punters will find quite enough difficulty in locating the win ners. A shower of rain would be appreciated, but the weather never was made to order in Cesenock. Tbe track is in goad order, and some fine racing may be witnessed. ''Bull- frog ' anticipates as follows : — March Handicap— Te Whare or Tadwall. Flying Handicap— Kef oTGrain, v Novice Handicap— Lord Garde or Goolgar. -t- ??'?'???'«^ ? - Cessnock J. C. Handicap— Extra Special or Delorum. Welter Handicap— Kef or Edewyi. Mr.. W. Springbett, sanitary in spector, submitted a report to last meeting of the shire council, showing that seven cases of infectious diseases had been reported during the fort night, five of scarlet fever, one of diphtheria, and one of enteric fever. Three cases of scarl...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Pokolbin: THE • QUEEN SUBURB. PANORAMIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

Pokolbin : THE - QUEEN SUBURB. (By Our Rambling Reporter). 'panoramic. For the benefit of those uot familiar with Cessnock district we might be excused for briefly stat ing that the area under review is the foothills at the base of the Broken-back Ranges, situated about thr.ee or four miles from Cessnock — and further. With a background of majestic ranges, the farm lands spread in undulations of hills and dales, and show as a check-board of multi tinted greens. Immediately from the roadside in many instances, enclosed only by two-railed fences, the cultivations obtain. The De cember suns begin to impregnate the berries with color. Whence on ward, until they are ipicked — operations beginning about the let. .«f_.Rehr»»i?jr..Jiv «j»/iK. .VfiJrt — wires run through 4in. slakes. 4ft. long, are heavily, festooned by bunches of the purple-hued ber ries, ranging in weight to about— in many .cases — 31bs.' And the area under the vines ranges from a few, to as many as 80 or 100 acres. An exc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

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Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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PAPER No. 6. CESSNOCK COURT HOUSE, Etc. Copyright: All rights reserved by the author. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

|?ages from our i A Past »??? ' in ''??' r PAPER No. 6. ± CESBNOOK COURT HOUSE, Etc, Cop-Tight : All rights reserved by the -y-; author ? _,_.? ;'-.;- . By Jas. R, Scott, J.F:, Member or^ £?'-.. the Australian Historical Society and ':?? '.?-'_ :. of the. Maitland District Scientifioand . :. ? ' 'Historical Research Society. The old Court House, which at the end of January last was sold to a local resident for £29 and removed : by him, was built by Contractor ??-!,. . George Brown, in the latter part of ^ .-? 1 fe-*. and was completed and occu -.-f ' . I %1y in 1879. . It was a weattjgr ? ^^^^^iiild'mg, on stone loundations, ^\ [ .on-and-plastered throughout, and ./'' ? ' roofed with shingles. The hardwood was felled on the local forest ridges, ' and cut by the contractor at his saw mill at Deadman's Creek. The stone was obtained from the quarry on por tion 111 of the Parish of Allandale, ? on the high ground to the south east of Lovedale Homestead, by Geo. Smith, better known in th...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Corresqondence. IS BACING CLEAN ? TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

Corresqondence. IS RACING CLEAN ? TO THE EDITOR. Sir,— It was a great pleasure to read in the 'Eagle' the remarks made upon the quality of the rac ing of to-day. I have often won dered why some of the dailies did not comment upon the question, but it appears that they 'begin to ask questions when a primary. v,-.u..tr;--treii inav tney nave ,not been getting an honest go always, and the occasions 'for complaint have become more numerous as the success of former exploits passed unnoticed. To my way of thinking the present system of the control of racing being in the hands of stipendiary stewards is not in the best interests of racing ; and the old style, where the com mittee took the responsibilities was better, because their clean actions were responsible for their club's success. There may be even bet ter systems, and if so. in the inter est of sport they should be brought forward, for if racing can't be much worse than it is to day it can be much better. — Yours ' etc., RACE-GOER.<...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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RACE-GOER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

-THE BUCK-JUMPER OF McGRANE'S ESTATE. Sir, — In your last issue Jack Peddick, the buckjumper rider of M'Grane's Estate, publishes an- af- fusion over his name, in reply 'to' my correspondence regarding his very early, morning practice of whip-cracking; Never knew' you could wield the pen as well as 'the whip, Jack, old chap, and I must offer my congratulations. You have taken my meaning wrongly. When I suggested that you put your artistic method of whip cracking to patriotic purposes, I meant to suggest that were more reasonable hours chosen — pardon the word, Jack — admission could l^s;«tia;^gea1^£Sar 'iiioney^inaa^elor1 'patriotic' purposes. I know full well that good men are wanted at home as well as abroad, aud would not think of suggesting that you go stopping bullets. That's why I stay home myself. But Jack, now you have the tip, don't start your horsemanship feats before 6 a.m., there's a dear chap. Any sleep before that hour is not over time sleep. — Yours, etc., ONE IN THE ...

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ONE IN THE SAME STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

CYCLING. Tho following handicaps for the I-mile and 2-mile events to be run to-morrow' (pay Saturday), March 6th, have been declared by the club's handicapper, Mr. T. Callagher. 1-mile. 2-mile. B. Gaites scr. ^ scr. J. Saunders ~, ' „ Snow Davis „ „ yds. yds. J. E. Edwards 15 30 P. Baus 15 30 J. Bans '15 30 F. Chuck 30 60 Ni Ling 30 60 W. Adams 40 80 W. Clarke 40 80 A. Austin 40 80 *V. Hancock 55 110 H. Shields 55 110 A. Dixon 60 120 A. Duggan 60 120 P. J. Smith 75 150 J.' Rose 75 150 I; Hughes 85 - 170 J. Hannington 75- 150 - A. W. Gowers 100 200 A.Poole ? 110 , 220 W. Wand 120 240 P. Scott 120 240 H.Tudor 120 240

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Correspondence. BUCKJUMPING, MCGRANE'S ESTATE TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915

Correspondence. BtJCKJTJItPING, McGBANE'S ESTATE TO THE EDITOR. Sir,— What a pity your correspon dent, Mr. ' One in the same «treet,' does not get the machinery of the law into motion for the purpose of changing his name, as such a name must be a greater cause of incon venience to the neighbourhood than -whin-crackim* at half oast six in the morning. Half past six is only for a short time, but one has to carry their name name wherever he goes. So, dear chappie, you did not know I could write as well as crock a whip. Would it be rude of me, Mr. ' One in the same street,' to tell you that there is quite a lot you do not know yet ? You should get up earlier and you would learn a lot.^ It was very kind of you to congratulate me on my letter writing. I think- myself that the man,, who can write a letter he is not afraid to sign his name to, has a lot more to be proud of than the ' man ' who is afraid to do so. I do not intend to have any further correspondence on this question, but if Mr...

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